Today, incredibly, 30 million people around the world are living as slaves, reflecting double standards between the rich and poor countries. And there are also 160 million missing women worldwide. In Thailand alone there are 472,000 in slavery prostitution, many having HIV.
Slavery is illegal in every country in the modern world, but it still exists, and even on the narrowest definition of slavery it’s likely
that there are far more slaves now than there were victims of the Atlantic slave trade.
Gillian Kaile, an expert in this field, will reveal the shocking nature and the dire prospects for this dark inhuman activity which is still practised around the world.
Having signed the Official Secrets Act, Gillian Kaile worked for the government and then within then City of London, returning to government service. She ran MENSA at Trinity College Cambridge, the international conference for the High IQ Society.
She also is a councillor on a pension fund a Freeman and liveryman of The City of London.